Fedora 31 has been just released today on Oct 29, 2019. The newest version of the Fedora family brings lots of changes. It is the first version to drop the support for 32-bit kernels. It now contains only some basic 32-bit libraries and dependencies required for compatibility. Another major change is the drop of python2 which also puts more focus on the future.
The new version will be available on CloudBalkan in a short.